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The Legislative Council

The Legislative Council is the upper house of the Tasmanian parliament. It has 15 Members, each representing one of 15 electoral divisions. The boundaries of the current divisions were determined by the Legislative Council Redistribution Tribunal on 14 June 2008.

Elections are conducted on a 6 year periodic cycle. Elections for 3 members are held in May one year, with elections for 2 members held in May the following year and so on.

Voting is compulsory. Each elector may only have one opportunity to vote in Legislative Council elections once every 6 years.

Names of the 15 divisions - what they mean

Periodic election cycle

Maps of the 15 divisions

Legislative Council enrolment

Legislative Council elections

Parliamentary election reports - all reports since 1909 

Legislative Council historical election results

Previous Legislative Council elections webpages

Electoral boundary redistributions

2007-08 Legislative Council electoral boundary redistribution

1998 Legislative Council redistribution


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